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Old 08-08-2011, 09:11 PM   #1
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Murder or self-defense?



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Self defense. I mean, come on, the guy was driving to the Police Department to get away from this guy. He felt his life was in danger. It's hardly like the guy's plan was to murder him in front of the PD.

Not to get too side tracked, but can someone explain to me why the cops feel the need to handle somone that way who is clearly giving himself up?
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Self defense. I mean, come on, the guy was driving to the Police Department to get away from this guy. He felt his life was in danger. It's hardly like the guy's plan was to murder him in front of the PD.

Not to get too side tracked, but can someone explain to me why the cops feel the need to handle somone that way who is clearly giving himself up?
i agree self defense.

no sound but i imagine he said he just shot someone or something to that effect i dont think they reacted badly at all. they had an unknown individual as an active shooter with no real info. they didnt abuse him just cuffed him really fast.
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they didnt abuse him just cuffed him really fast.
Look at the knee on the neck and then look at how the cop picks the guy up by the cuffs bringing his hands above his head from behind. If that were me, I'd have 2 separated shoulders or at least or torn labrum or two. (Labrum - it's in the shoulder )

OK. Watched again. Knee really wasn't on the neck, buy the non-cuffing officer was really aggressive with that arm. The officer that picks him up was an ass, in my opinion. You need to place yourself in the role of the guy getting cuffed and then look at the video.
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Depends on what was said but yes i believe it was, although i it were me personally i probably would have only hurt him, like tried to stop him non-lethally, but if circumstances prevented that......

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Self-defense, even though it happened right in front of a police station.

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Look at the knee on the neck and then look at how the cop picks the guy up by the cuffs bringing his hands above his head from behind. If that were me, I'd have 2 separated shoulders or at least or torn labrum or two. (Labrum - it's in the shoulder )

OK. Watched again. Knee really wasn't on the neck, buy the non-cuffing officer was really aggressive with that arm. The officer that picks him up was an ass, in my opinion. You need to place yourself in the role of the guy getting cuffed and then look at the video.
ive cuffed folks in real life occasionally at gunpoint sometimes without resistance sometimes havine to put em in prone and knee in the back. only once did i have to apply pressure to subdue a last minute struggle. knee in the back is common practice pressure isnt applied unless resistance is felt.

often video doesnt represent what actually occured. i rank video with eyewitness testimony. it doesnt show intent or someone's state of mind. you can often show the same vid to 3 different people and get three different interpretations.
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ive cuffed folks in real life occasionally at gunpoint sometimes without resistance sometimes havine to put em in prone and knee in the back. only once did i have to apply pressure to subdue a last minute struggle. knee in the back is common practice pressure isnt applied unless resistance is felt.

often video doesnt represent what actually occured. i rank video with eyewitness testimony. it doesnt show intent or someone's state of mind. you can often show the same vid to 3 different people and get three different interpretations.
OK, but you can't tell me that picking a guy up by the cuffs and cranking his arms above and behind him the way the cop did wasn't an unneccessary pr#ck move.
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OK, but you can't tell me that picking a guy up by the cuffs and cranking his arms above and behind him the way the cop did wasn't an unneccessary pr#ck move.
again its hard to tell from the vid. assisting someone up from the prone can look worse than it is. during training we practiced on each other including getting up from the prone while cuffed. its not as painful as it looks.
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Definitely not murder based on all the evidence.

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